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In “fantasyworld”, the 9th track off Quadeca’s album “I Didn’t Mean To Haunt You”, Quadeca finds comfort in the idea of a better place before committing suicide. The “fantasyworld” the track refers to is something that Quadeca spoke about in an interview with Anthony Fantano, as a place he would eventually reach when he didn’t exist anymore. In the song, he does this by driving past the mountains of change rather than trying to climb them. The song’s lyrics originated from a poem that Quadeca wrote as he tried to process these emotions, while the piano melody was from a song he used to play as a child.

Quadeca also clarified on Twitter that, in the context of the album’s story, the song is a flashback to a point before his death, hinted at by the poem read at the end of the previous track “knots.” This is reflected in the clear vocals and low amount of distortion compared to the rest of the tracks on the record.


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Trend Def Studios, Los Angeles, California
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November 11, 2022